#BlackLivesMatter: Critical Perspectives

Student Projects

Below is a list of the various projects created in the Spring 2016 Seminar. It features graduate and undergraduate work. Many of the students collaborated while some opted to work alone. The projects are a combination of essays, videos, PowerPoints, photographs, and many other forms of artistic expression.
 
2016 Hip-Hop Literacies Conference: Black Women and Girls’ Lives Matter
A Research Project by Viktoria Zerda and Matthew Trevino

Afrofuturism
A Research Project by Sara Shamburger

Azubuike: The Past is Your Strength
A Research Project by Alaina Henderson

Black Girl Magic in Science
A Research Project by Reanna Roby

Breaking the Cycle of Restorative (In)Justice
A Research Project by Richard Yoder

Hearing #BlackLivesMatter: The Soundtrack of Rhetorical Resistance and Levels of Agency
A Research Project by Alexis McGee

Hip hop Narratives: Power, Privilege and Prejudice
A Research Project by Diego Mancha

Inscribe Your Truth: A Celebration of Black Women/Trials of an Intersectional Feminist
A Research Project by Alliana Persuad

Power in Numbers: Intersectionality of Race and Mathematical Identity for Girls of Color
A Research Project by Paula Johnson

The Prison Education Reform Project Constitution
A Project Proposal by Matthew Trevino, Alex Birnel, and Viktoria Zerda

Space Traders: Election Year
A Research Project by Lauren Seei

Uprising/ Fact or Fiction? Afrofuturism in Language
Research Projects by Andre Jeanjacques

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